LSU quarterback Zach Mettenberger is scheduled to visit the Jacksonville Jaguars on Thursday following his campus Pro Day workout, according to a league source.
Mettenberger is slated to perform all quarterback drills on Wednesday in a workout overseen by LSU offensive coordinator Cam Cameron.
Mettenber has private meetings with the Tennessee Titans, Minnesota Vikings, Oakland Raiders and Detroit Lions with at least three other teams trying to schedule time with the former Southeastern Conference standout, per a source.
Mettenberger tore the anterior cruciate ligament in his left knee against Arkansas and didn't play in the Tigers' bowl game.
He has made a sound recovery after undergoing surgery to repair the damage.
In his first year playing for Cameron, a former Baltimore Ravens offensive coordinator and Miami Dolphins head coach, Mettenberger had an outstanding senior year, passing for 22 touchdowns and 3,082 yards for a 171.45 quarterback rating.
Mettenberger threw just eight interceptions this season.
For his career, Mettenberger has 5,783 yards, 35 touchdowns and 15 interceptions.
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Aaron Wilson covers the Ravens for The Baltimore Sun.